Vietnam War - U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet & Mitchell Cover

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An excellent example of a genuine U.S. Vietnam War era M1C Paratrooper helmet. This M1 steel pot was manufactured by Parish Division of the Dana Corporation who made helmets in 1968-1970 for the U.S. during the Vietnam War and has a heat stamp number of: 3601. The genuine U.S. P64 Paratrooper liner was made by Marmac and is in very good condition, has DSA (Defense Supply Agency) ink contract markings to the suspension webbing with a manufactures date of July 1967, comes with a genuine U.S. nape strap & genuine U.S. sweatband, both had faded contract details, has a genuine U.S. cotton web chin strap attached to A straps. The genuine U.S. Mitchell cover retains its original colours and is DSA contract marked dated 1974, comes with a good quality elastic helmet band with correct foliage colour. A very nice and complete M1 Paratroopers helmet.

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